Avalon Retreat Cabin is a quiet private cabin in the heart of Glastonbury. Easy walking distance to the High Street, Abbey ruins, Chalice Well and White spring with healing waters, which is at the foot of the famous Glastonbury Tor. Breakfast is included so please tell us if you are vegetarian, vegan or gluten free. The Retreat has a private garden, located by a brook that is fed by the White Spring. A perfect place to watch wildlife or just rest and relax. We now deep clean between guests.
“This is a beautiful peaceful little haven with a stream running through the outside seated area. . It offers a perfect healing retreat with total privacy yet is so close to all the attractions. The hosts are outstanding and I felt they genuinely cared about me as a guest. They provide a super comfortable bed, lovely continental breakfast and sky tv. They are a genuinely warm and kind couple and I felt very welcome, I slept peacefully and this property was also sparkling clean and cosy too. I didn’t want to leave and I highly recommend it to anyone.”
Quiet room with two single beds - one on elevated platform - conveniently located two minutes walk to the High Street.
“This is a perfect place to stay if you want to be in the heart of Glastonbury as it's literally a two minute walk to the high street. Geri is a welcoming and friendly host with a super friendly dog too! The room is as advertised and you have your own tea / coffee making facilities as well as a small fridge. All in all a lovely place to stay!”
St Edmunds Cottages is a short walk from the town centre and a healthy one up to the famous Glastonbury Tor. The name St. Edmunds features in a number of Glastonbury addresses, so we strongly recommend that you give us a call on arrival in town. Part of the charm of our place is it is a little out of the way and hard to find, but once you are here you will enjoy the beautiful garden and views over the Somerset countryside. Do not follow the AirB&B map, it is inaccurate.
“A very warm welcome to a lovely space. Great location close to Glastonbury Tor and local shops, cafes and restaurants. Haggis gave me some great maps which helped with walks and finding my way around, away from the main town area. Purdy (black lab) and I had a very relaxed stay and it turned out to be a perfect base for us to explore the Tor, the Abbey and several dog-friendly cafes and shops”